Wednesday 11 December 2019
THE Archbishop of Hong Kong, Dr Paul Kwong, has attacked overseas governments and foreign media for their intervention and coverage of pro-democracy protests
06 Dec 2019
HONG KONG has become a “land of hatred, bitterness, and piteous cries” as a result of continuing violence between protesters and the authorities (News, 16 August), bishops in Hong Kong have warned
29 Nov 2019
UN hears about faith leaders’ reconciliation work; Chinese bishop said to be ‘on the run’; World Vision bond issue raises $AU20 million; WFP seeks emergency aid for Sahel region
22 Nov 2019
15 Nov 2019
24 Oct 2019
16 Sep 2019
13 Sep 2019
30 Aug 2019
16 Aug 2019
King’s College has a rich tradition and future focus that supports students and the King’s community to realise the best all round education there is. An outstanding opportunity has arisen to become the Senior Chaplain for the College commencing in 2020.
This newly established Benefice of four thriving rural parishes is situated close to the Cathedral city of Lichfield in beautiful Staffordshire countryside yet having excellent links to the East and West Midlands conurbations.
for St Mary’s Woodbridge
who will also be PRIEST IN CHARGE of Great Bealings
(pending pastoral reorganisation)
Do you have the experience and creativity to lead a dynamic, diverse, creative and deeply missional church with a number of worshipping communities, a range of buildings, and a large team of lay and ordained, paid and unpaid leaders?
Corpus Christi College, Cambridge was founded in 1352 by the local Guilds of Corpus Christi and the Blessed Virgin Mary. The college invites applications for the position of Chaplain, to start in August or September 2020.
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